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COVID-19 switch to Hyaluronic acid?

the alternative to corticosteroids

 

Three presentations that give you a clear picture of what why and when Hyaluronic acid

 

what is HA?

 

A naturally occurring glycosaminoglycan found in the synovial fluid.
A physiological lubricant that stimulates endogenous HA synthesis.
 

 

 

 

 

COVID-19

 

UK position statements on Corticosteroids and their potential side effects.

Who is delivering Hyaluronic acid  in the NHS. 

 

efficacy of HA

 

Here is the published evidence

Joint and peritendinous

OSTENIL® injections help to prolong the professional careers of Premier League and England Football Players 

Hyaluronic acid Pros

  • No risk of COVID-19 immunosuppression
  • No more worry about tendon rupture after injection
  • No post injection steroid flare
  • No risk of post injection COVID-19 or Flu vaccine failure
  • No accelerated joint degradation
  • 6 months benefit to joints
  • Does not degrade joint capsule, giving the surgeon healthier tissues to work with

Hyaluronic acid Cons

  • Research is emerging
  • Gradual pain relief
  • Cost per unit is higher in short term
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Research published since NICE 2014 Osteoarthritis guideance

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Hyaluronic acid Pros

  • No risk of COVID-19 immunosuppression
  • No more worry about tendon rupture after injection
  • No post injection steroid flare
  • No risk of post injection COVID-19 or Flu vaccine failure
  • No accelerated joint degradation
  • 6 months benefit to joints
  • Does not degrade joint capsule, giving the surgeon healthier tissues to work with
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